Transition world is a powerful new approach to dealing with the profound challenges we face today. It’s a platform that brings together international organizations, civil society groups, business enterprises, and public institutions ready to seize the opportunity for creating a real and sustainable transition towards a more humane, equitable, and flourishing world.
Join visionary frontrunners for a 2-day conference focusing on our ability to lead change – and don’t miss the gala evening at the legendary Hamlet’s Castle, where Richard Olivier will deliver a keynote toast speech, inspired by Shakespeare’s Hamlet and in the company of world class musicians.
16 - 17 May, A Global Renaissance - Prosperity For All
2 day's networking, workshops and change maker pitches, in Elsinore at the wonderful beach Hotel Marienlyst.
We’re on the eve of profound transformation, propelled by both necessity and opportunity. For so long, we’ve struggled with our seemingly intractable inability to manage the precious, limited resources available to us — a veritable “tragedy of the commons.” This has endured while the existential threat of climate disruption, resource depletion and population explosion grows.
Now is our time and our chance to act differently, thanks to technology that connects us in once inconceivable ways. While these tools have already facilitated revolutionary transformation at a global scale, the more important shift is in our own hearts and minds. Suddenly, we can see new solutions to our historic challenges. We can come together as communities — not clans — to communicate and collaborate to evolve in a way that benefits both people and planet.
That is Transition World’s story, situated where Shakespeare’s haunted Hamlet appropriately asked the universal question, “To be or not to be?” It is here that we gather as individuals, civic groups, businesses, international organizations and public institutions. Together, we will share ideas, resources and networks. Through this powerful community we can reimagine the world as a true prosperity of the commons.